Iran's Foreign Minister Amir-Abdollahian Urges Global Action Against Israeli Regime's "War Crimes"

In a meeting with Burkina Faso's Foreign Minister Olivia Rouamba in Geneva on Thursday, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian reaffirmed Iran's support for the "legitimate" resistance of the Palestinian people.

He stressed the importance of international efforts to halt the "war crimes" committed by the Zionist regime. Amir-Abdollahian emphasized that the Palestinian struggle for freedom from occupation aligns with international law and the United Nations Charter. He called on all nations to stand against the Israeli regime's actions in Gaza and the West Bank while supporting the Palestinian people's liberation struggles.

Amir-Abdollahian, who was in Geneva for the final day of the Global Refugee Forum, outlined the Islamic Republic's strategy for achieving a democratic resolution to the Palestine crisis. During his meeting with Rouamba, he emphasized the significance of discussing collaboration between Tehran and Ouagadougou, particularly in light of the recent joint economic commission meeting. Amir-Abdullahian expressed optimism regarding the successful implementation of the signed agreements between the two nations. Moreover, he highlighted Iran's preparedness to offer educational services to Burkina Faso, specifically in specialized areas such as medicine and medical equipment.

Rouamba expressed her gratitude to the Islamic Republic for its support to Burkina Faso, emphasizing the significant relief it has provided to the two million internally displaced individuals in her country. The West African nation has been grappling with a severe crisis as more than 2 million people, primarily women and children, have been forced to flee their homes due to violence associated with terrorist groups such as al-Qaeda and Daesh. This displacement has resulted in people abandoning their farms and seeking refuge in overcrowded urban areas or makeshift camps, exacerbating an already dire humanitarian situation. During her visit to Tehran in September, Rouamba acknowledged and welcomed Iran's contributions in the fields of science, technology, and education in Burkina Faso, considering it as a solid foundation for enhancing cooperation between Iran and her country, as well as the wider African continent.

Iran's Foreign Minister Amir-Abdollahian Urges Global Action Against Israeli Regime's "War Crimes"

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